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Sony’s Newest Earbuds Are Made for Working Out


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From high-end headphones to a rollable TV, there’s a lot of tech coming out of CES this week. Sony’s latest contribution is its fully wireless earbuds. They arrive in a charging case that fits in the palm of your hand with four size options so you can personalize your fit. There’s nothing worse than earbuds that fall out as soon as you start jumping. Splash- and sweat-proof, the earbuds are built to fit seamlessly into your workout routine.

For those moments where you’re going hard, turn on noise cancellation, so the sounds of other gym-goers don’t ruin your final set. Alternatively, switch them into ambient sound mode where you can select how much you hear. Think: When you’re running in the street, but need to listen to both your music and the cars. All of these options can be tweaked in the Sony app.

The battery life is about 3 hours of playback on one full charge. And the charging case itself holds two more full charges, setting you up with 9 hours of music.

While not available yet, they’ll be on sale for $200 in four colorways: black, white, volt yellow, and a dusty rose pink.

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